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Sometimes you come across an article that so grabs your attention, so opens your eyes to things previously unknown that you just have to read it a few times.  In the last few months this happened to me with Gene Edward Veith‘s two page bit in Ligonier’s Tabletalk magazine.

It can be found here.

Ever heard of Margaret Sanger?  How about Friedrich Nietzsche?  I know you’ve heard of Adolf Hitler.  What do all of these folks have in common?  Check out this article.  It’s a great, admittedly brief, summary of the consequences of an idea formulated by a well known scientist around 1859.